Before i bought mine, i took a class at the local range. These people were idiots...i felt as if i were in danger once we got to the range. They would put their fingers on the slide, point the gun in my direction, and one dude would incessently pull the gun back by his ear, like clint eastwood, after every recoil.No. The aggregate amount of deaths from having an increase of overall gun ownership would me larger than any amount of lives that may be potentially saved in remote incedents.
If you can prove that an increase of gun ownership would decrease the aggregate amount of deaths, i would consider it. But from my anecdotal experience, this would not be possible.